Mark A. VanMiddlesworth
Arts execs take a break from ranking Radiohead vs. Spoon to rank... whatever they feel like.
The “Saw” franchise has chewed through writers, directors, characters, and plot devices with the inhuman precision of one of John ...
Seminal noise rock duo Lightning Bolt—bassist Brian Gibson and drummer Brian Chippendale—play their bone-crunching live shows on the floor of ...
The Boy Least Likely To is unabashedly cutesy, even by the standards of twee pop. Not content with the softly-sung
When it comes to the old adage “You can judge a man by the company he keeps,” Common is no
1. DRM Imagine for a minute that books disintegrate as soon as the publisher goes out of business, or that
In a weekend dominated by classical music recitals, nothing cleanses the palate like a little hand-to-hand combat. This Saturday, Harvard
Although they are ostensibly “fairy tales,” the stories of the Brothers Grimm are often comically inappropriate for children. The German
Island Def Jam executive Steve Gawley gave an insider’s account of the changing strategy of record companies to a packed
A musician’s career can’t last forever, but a well-managed franchise is eternal. The Beatles are a good example: their record
For many students, a one-on-one workshop with a famous writer is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. For Kevin J. Feeney ’08, personal
Jazz has long served as a site of cultural integration, and monday’s Ethio-Jazz concert in Sanders Theater was no different,
There is a famous saying, attributed alternately to Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw, that goes: “If you’re going to
Over a decade ago, Daft Punk proved that robots could be cool. Last year, Kanye West proved that they can
Though not as romantic as a candlelit dinner for two, the Magnetic Fields’ concert at the Somerville Theater last Thursday